Interactive Dog Food Puzzle Toy – Treat Dispensing Dogs Slow Feeder – Indoor Boredom Stress Relief Smart Dog Game for Smart Training – Refillable Tricky IQ Feeding Game

Interactive Dog Food Puzzle Toy – Treat Dispensing Dogs Slow Feeder – Indoor Boredom Stress Relief Smart Dog Game for Smart Training – Refillable Tricky IQ Feeding Game

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Fun, Interactive & Lasting – The Perfect Toy For Any Pup!
FUN & CHALLENGING: Pupper Pamper Interactive Dog Toy is made to provide your dog with a challenge that’s both fun and interactive to keep them thinking. To make sure your dog doesn’t get tired of playing with this puzzle, we made it hard enough to provide a challenge but easy enough to solve for your dog after a few tries.
EASY TO USE & ADJUSTABLE: Our Treat Dispensing Dogs Puzzle Toys are made with multiple dog breeds and sizes in mind which is why we these as easy to use as possible. The adjustable dog toy is easy to assemble and comes with two different height settings. Simply place the handle with food dispensers on your desired height.
IDEAL PASS TIME: Simply add your dog’s favorite treats to Pupper Pamper Interactive Dog Toy for playtime or when you want your dog to eat slowly. Our dog toys for separation anxiety are perfect for Perfect for Medium/Large pets to help prevent boredom and make sure they have a great time. If you’re looking for a fun interactive toy for pets then our Treat Dispensing Dogs Puzzle Toy is guaranteed to provide hours of entertainment.
QUALITY YOU CAN TRUST: At Pupper Pamper, we genuinely care about pets which is why we go the extra mile to acquire the finest and most durable materials to make our Interactive Dog Toy. From using the highest quality wood to ensuring its super fun to play with, we take all necessary steps to ensure you get the best. Each purchase is backed by our 100 Customer Satisfaction Warranty so that you can buy with confidence knowing you’re making a risk free investment.

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20 reviews for Interactive Dog Food Puzzle Toy – Treat Dispensing Dogs Slow Feeder – Indoor Boredom Stress Relief Smart Dog Game for Smart Training – Refillable Tricky IQ Feeding Game

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  1. Kristina Müller

    Great toy

    It’s a great toy to keep them busy. But, you have to train them how to use it. The only one getting it so far is my Frenchie, since he has a smaller version and knows the drill already. he is too small though to get the treats out. My lab mixes (who the thing is for) just sit in front of it and guard the treats in the bone shaped dispensers. I guess using something more smelly than kibble might speed up the learning.

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  2. Hoffer

    Designed really well! My dogs are just dingbats

    This is really cool! It was a breeze to put together and works exactly as it should. I love that there’s so many bones to put different kinds of treats in! The treat holder parts are plastic so if you have a dog that is a huge chewer they might get ahold of and ruin it fast but for anyone else it’s great! The ONLY reason I knocked a star off is because it’s so far too challenging for my own dinguses. They have been sniffing hardcore at it for about a week with no lightbulb in their little brains to simply flip one around so the treats fall out. We’ll see if they ever succeed!

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  3. Jupiter

    Absolutely love this thing and my puppy loves it too!!

    Absolutely love this thing and my puppy loves it too!! Our Golden loves any kind of hunt-for-your-treats games and she loves this toy. We use it feed her her kibble (she gets more food in her dish at feeding times). It was easy to teach and I REALLY liked the instructions which tell you how to teach your dog to use it – I expected to have to figure it out on my own and the directions for training is helpful. It’s great for entertaining the pup for a little bit and keeps him from being bored while also making him think and teaching him to problem solve.The only issue is when she doesn’t get the kibble out right away she starts gnawing on the plastic cylinders. Besides that I highly recommend this toy!

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  4. Joys Review

    AMAZING DOG TOY!

    This is AMAZING! Our dog knew exactly what to do with it to get the treats out! Lol! She will do anything for treats! Easy to put together and Bella played with it until it tired her out! EVERY DOG OWNER NEEDS THIS!! LOVE IT!I would of gave it 5 Stars but the wood was a little split on each of the legs, but keeping it anyway you can’t really see it..

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  5. LT from NY

    Great mental challenge for dogs

    My Rhodesian Ridgeback loved the mental challenge this toy brings! The toy is very well made and easy to assemble. Ari spent about 1/2 hour before he learned how it works. It also slows down his eating b/c he is a gulper. I was just wondering if there are replacements for the plastic food holders, b/c he is an aggressive chewer and has chewed 2 of the bottles. He is 75 pounds and only 7 months old so he still does a lot of chewing. If I could get replacements that would be great.Other than that, the toy is fantastic and well made!

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  6. Tyler

    SUPER amusing

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     Assembly went pretty smoothly. Teaching a puppy who prefers to manipulate everything with her nose to use her paws wasn’t quite so smooth. She picked it up after a few 5 minute lessons and she seems quite pleased with the results. The challenge now is getting her to stop trying to get treats out of empty bottles. Sometimes I’m a good dad and put it away as soon as the treats are gone. Sometimes I’m the jerk that waits until my little one acts confused or frustrated. I’m a big fan of watching the confusion on her face when the treats just won’t magically appear no matter how much she spins those darn bottles.

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  7. Chell B

    WORTH IT

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     I was ready to donate this I originally bought this for my first rescue but she wont touch it she’s terrified of making noise and getting in trouble. Recently we rescued our second dog and he was quick on learning it and he actually loves it. Also on the video you will notice we had to weigh it down due to how light it is and my dog just keep knocking it around. Also Ended up screwing both ends because the bottles keep falling off, but we screwed it to where it holds the bottles nicely in place but also easy for us to removed and clean. but otherwise I’d say its ok… I only give this to my dog when under super vision. Since Im paranoid of him eating or chewing the plastic bottles.

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  8. BETH P.

    Messy but fun interactive toy!

    My Doby n I have enjoyed this interactive toy very much!Problems… not sturdy enough. The dowel comes off way to easy on the top rung. It’s just a little better on the lower one. Also, I have to hold it down or she will tip it over repeatedly. It’s also a pain to fill the bones with dog food… On the upside she really does enjoy this toy and it is easy to put together. Inspite of all the challenges, I would purchase again!

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  9. tiffany best

    Not sure if it works because it can’t be put together properly

    First, there were no openings to the plastic bottles because the plastic was not precut before shipping. Luckily we have tools and a saw and cut the openings. Then we learned, despite the description, we would need a drill to assemble due to the screws that, I might add, are too long. Regardless of pressure and the use of a drill they will not go in all the way due to the screws being way too long. Now that we’ve cut the plastic openings, since it wasn’t already done we can’t return the product. Waste.

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  10. Tracy Truong

    Great learning toy for dogs

    Was hesitant to get this, as I have large dogs and thought this might not be sturdy enough for them. It is surprisingly well made and easy to put together. Pleasantly so!Our puppies has made tremendous amount of improvement this since we got it. At first, he didn’t really grasp why the treats weren’t dropping to the floor and we had to keep tapping the bottles to tell him where the treats were. Once he figured that out, he’d use his paws to get them moving until the treat would drop out. He’s since developed a strategy where he’ll get them spinning with his paw and then tap it with his nose to stop it and make the treat drop it. Not only does he get some brain activity, but we are very entertained and amazed at how quickly he learned and adapted his strategies to getting food out. I highly recommend this toy!

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  11. N4th4li3

    Pup Loves it!

    I think it’s well made. It’s not actually wood but for a dog toy … I didn’t expect that. It’s very easy to put together too.You DO need to teach your dog how to use it. Like others it took at least two 10 minute sessions to show my mini Aussie how to use it. I got the Large and it was perfect for him (he’s about 25lbs). I put the bar on the lower level to make it easier.Once I taught him how to use it. He wouldn’t stop until I took it away! LolAlso my dog is prone to chewing if he gets frustrated… Before he learned how to use it I accidentally left it in the same room so he bite the corner but that was my fault. Once he learned he never bit the frame again.Easiest way to teach them is have them give you a paw near the bottles but move ur hand before he touches it. If he touched it at all I secretly dropped a treat so he figured out that touch bottle equals treat. At first he got scared with the big ones spinner but now he is fine with it and goes nuts.Eventually don’t drop a treat until it spins , over fill bottle(s) so it easily dispenses at the beginning.Soon enough they’ll figure it out. Worth the money in my opinion. Very happy with it and I think it’s a very cute design.

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  12. Meowstopheles

    Service Doggy is just too well trained to touch it…

    This Toy was extremely difficult to put together due to the screw holes being so small. The tiny L Screwdriver Provided really might have been the problem seeing as a Power tool or better handled screwdriver would have made putting this together super easy. So guess it is more of the tools you own yourself. Anyway since it was so hard to put together, had to give it only four stars. The toy itself is Ingenious! Have a Service Doggy who has been doing a lot of just laying down during this summer… if his owner is busy playing on a laptop, then he deserves an expensive new toy to play around with too! Unfortunately…. (and to no fault of the Pupper Pamper Interactive Dog Toy) Loki is an incredibly well trained Service Doggy, and he sees this toy as a test of patience rather than a toy of fun… Loki simply refuses to paw at it, though he knows there are treats inside. When he really wants one, he walks over to to the Pupper Pamper Toy, then lays down in front of it and puts his paws on the wooden base, then comes back over and lays down. You could leave food on a low table, or in a chair or on the couch or even on the floor right in front of Loki…. even though he will REALLY want it, as purr training he will not touch it until he is told it is alright to. Loki knows to paw at it, he sits in front of the toy, pawing towards it but never actually touching it, he so wants to do it yet refuses to (he is such a good doggy)! He knows not to touch things if they are not his and doesn’t seem to get this toy is his. So…. this toy did not work fur us, maybe sometime in the future Loki will realize it is alright to get all of the treats he wants from this, but until then, pawing at this toy as Loki watches, waiting fur purrmission to take the fallen treats is good enough.

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  13. Richard Miner

    Great toy. Could use some improvements.

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     It’s a nice interactive toy for our dog. I wish the base was a little heavier and sturdier. It took a while for our dog for figure it out. She chewed it a couple of times and cracked the opening before she learned that spinning it would get the treats out. We put it up after she gets all the treat out to keep her from chewing it.

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  14. Carla C. Minor

    Still waiting…

    I gave it only 4 stars because of the assembly. The instructions show a screwdriver that had a long handle, a 90-degree angle to a short screwdriver which would give you the torque you need to actually use the thing. Unfortunately, it is made the opposite and I don’t know how you could put this together with about 1″ of “handle”. I tried because I read this in the reviews and finally caved and got out a real screwdriver. The instructions were only pictures (no words) so if you need words, find someone to help you. My 14-month-old Scottie girl is terrified of it! At least I finally found something that I don’t have to call her “killer!” over. I bought this because I saw a video of a Scottie using a homemade one so I know it’s not her breed. I expeect with regular training she will like it.

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  15. Tracy Young

    Needs chew proof material

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     It’s a great concept to occupy my 4 year old boxer with severe separation anxiety. It took her a couple of days to get the hang of it, and she was getting frustrated and decided to chew the wood that supports the “bones”. Now that she has it figured out , she loves it. The reason I gave 3 stars was because she was able to chew the wood. Maybe a chew proof material would work better.

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  16. Amazon Customer

    A challenging toy – wish it was sturdier

    First off, this is a GREAT puzzle toy for dogs. We have a 50 lb lab mix, and it took her a while to figure this toy out and she still does not use her paws to twirl the plastic bones…she uses her nose and mouth. She really likes this toy…wags her tail and gets very excited when we put some of her kibble in the bones and put it on the floor for her.That being said, we DID take the two large bones off the spindle because she kept bonking herself in the head. But if your dog learns to use their paws, that probably won’t happen.Second, I do wish it was made a bit better. It’s made of wood and screws together. I wish the spindle that holds the bones was like a toilet paper holder, with a spring in it, so you could take it off easily to clean the bones. You have to unscrew one of the ends or gently take the spindle out by bending the wood a little. I think eventually it will break. The spindle does come loose and falls out when Molly plays with it alot. I’ve tightened the screws as much as they will go. Also – it does have some weight to it, but not enough…it’s pretty easy for a medium size dog to tip over while playing with it.So…that is my one suggestion to the Puppy Pamper makers- do a little re-design on this to make it sturdier and a bit heavier and it’ll be a total winner.We are glad we bought it though…it’s by far the most challenging puzzle toy I’ve ever purchased…..

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  17. Josh Jarvis

    Sturdy and entertaining

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     It’s easy to assemble and my dog hasn’t been able to knock it over or chew it to shreds yet.It took us playing with it for a few hours before he finally understood how it functions but he really does enjoy it.

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  18. JCAZ

    Defects times 2!!!

    Beware, hardware has changed from the 4 allen screws/wrench (still showing on the directions included) to actual screws that are too long for the pre-drilled holes. They do provide a mini-screwdriver, however the screw tip is on the long end and it’s very difficult to get any torque on the short end. So the screws go in until the end of the pre-drilled hole, and then stop. Even with my drill, which I wasn’t supposed to need. After putting my drill to max torque, I was finally able to seat the screws. Then I discovered that one of the bone “buckets” is defective: inside the hole for the dowel pass-through is an extra ring of plastic that stops the dowel in its tracks. I guess we were not meant to enjoy this item, it goes back today.

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  19. KO_Ken

    Great entertainment, but mid bar easily knocks out

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     My dogs love it! Strong, doesn’t easily knock over (the whole stand) but it can if persistent enough without a weight, and I recommend putting in just a couple of kibble at a time so a mess doesn’t pour out every time your dog does get the bone tipped over or spinning. When my lab-pit mix realized she’s strong enough to knock out the middle support bar, we had to screw it into the side supports (see pic). Outside of that, worth the money. So if you have a strong dog, maybe drill in the sides too. Also, my girl is a strong chewer and she did manage to dent and make a small hole in it when she wasn’t supervised. Still holds up overall.

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  20. W. S.

    Interactive Game with guidance.

    I have an active 5 mo old puppy. My plan is to have him be a therapy dog when he turns 2. I am always looking for brain games and problem solving activities to keep him busy and learning. The interactive dog food puzzle works well for his and my needs. He learned it quickly but needed some guidance at first so spend time with your pup to teach him/her to use paws to get the bones to spin. Once he caught on which didn’t take long he enjoyed the game. He actually does a dance when I bring it out because he is so excited. Sometimes I put his whole dinner in it so I’m not over feeding him and giving him extra food. I highly recommend this game.

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    Interactive Dog Food Puzzle Toy – Treat Dispensing Dogs Slow Feeder – Indoor Boredom Stress Relief Smart Dog Game for Smart Training – Refillable Tricky IQ Feeding Game
    Interactive Dog Food Puzzle Toy – Treat Dispensing Dogs Slow Feeder – Indoor Boredom Stress Relief Smart Dog Game for Smart Training – Refillable Tricky IQ Feeding Game

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